(A)   Whenever the Inspection Officer and/or Health Officer determines that violations of pertinent regulations exist, the Inspection Officer shall notify the licensee or permittee of the alleged violation. The notices shall:
      (1)   Be in writing;
      (2)   Include a statement of the reasons for its issuance;
      (3)   Contain an outline of remedial action, which if taken, will effect compliance with provisions of this article and other pertinent regulations;
      (4)   Allow a reasonable time, not to exceed 90 days, for the performance of any act it requires; and
      (5)   Be served upon the owner or his or her agent as the case may require.  The notice or order shall be deemed as properly served upon the owner or agent when a copy thereof has been sent by certified mail to his or her last known address.
   (B)   Whenever the Health Officer in company of the Inspection Officer finds conditions existing in violation of this article, or of any regulation adopted pursuant thereto, the Inspection Officer shall give notice in writing to the person to whom the license was issued, that unless the conditions or practices be corrected within a reasonable period of time specified in the notice, the license will be suspended. At the end of the period, not to exceed 90 days, the Inspection Officer and/or Health Officer shall reinspect the park, and if the conditions or practices have not been corrected, the Inspection Officer shall suspend the license and give notice in writing of the suspension to the person to whom the license was issued.  Upon receipt of notice of suspension, the person shall cease operation of the park, except as provided in division (C) below.
   (C)   Any person affected by any notice issued under this article, or resulting regulations, may request and shall be granted a hearing on the matter before the Zoning Board of Adjustment, provided that the person shall file with the Inspection Officer a written request for the hearing and setting forth briefly the grounds for the request within ten days after the day the notice was served.  When no request for the hearing shall have been filed within ten days following the day on which notice of suspension was served, the license shall be deemed to have been automatically revoked at the expiration of the ten-day period.  The filing of the request shall stay the notice of suspension of permits and licenses, except in cases of orders issued under division (F) below.  The hearing shall be held by the Zoning Board of Adjustment at the earliest possible time.
   (D)   After the hearing, the Inspection Officer shall compile the findings of the Zoning Board of Adjustment as to compliance with this article and pursuant regulations and shall issue an order in writing sustaining, modifying or withdrawing the prior notice, which shall be served as provided in division (A) above.  Upon failure to comply with the order, the permit of the mobile home park or recreation vehicle park shall be revoked.
   (E)   Appeals from decisions of the Zoning Board of Adjustment shall be to the District Court.
   (F)   Whenever the Inspection Officer and/or Health Officer finds that an emergency exists which requires immediate action to protect the public health, the Inspection Officer may, without notice or hearing, issue an order reciting the existence of an emergency and requiring that the action be taken as he or she may deem it necessary to meet the emergency, including the suspension of the permit. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this article, the order shall be effective immediately.  Any person to whom an order is directed shall comply therewith immediately, but upon petition to the City Council, shall be afforded a hearing at the next regular meeting even if the agenda has been completed.
(`90 Code, § 4-47)  (Ord. 2767, passed 3-5-85)